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CHCCEL503 Research, create and evaluate ceremonial elements

Community Services Training Package
D 0.1
CHCCEL503
Research, create and evaluate ceremonial elements
CHCCEL503
Research, create and evaluate ceremonial elements
Application
This unit describes the skills and knowledge required by
celebrants to
research, create and evaluate ceremonial
elements appropriate to the purpose of various
ceremonies.
Ceremonial elements include things such as
music,
poetry, prose, visuals (film/ photos), scents and
symbols.
This unit is suitable for individuals seekin
g to work in a
range of celebrancy contexts.
ELEMENT
PERFORMANCE CRITERIA
Elements define the essential
outcomes of a unit of
competency.
The Performance Criteria specify the level of
performance required to demonstrate achievement of the
Element. Terms in italics are elaborated in the Range
Statement.
1.
Identify
ceremonial
elements appropriate to
various
ceremon
ies
and
maintain database
1.1
Identify
a range of
ceremonies
for the main types
of transitions (love, life, loss) for individuals,
couples, families, organizations and
communities and the
ceremonial elements used
in traditional as well as contemporary religious
and non
-
religious ceremonies
1.2
I
dentify the purpose of the ceremonial elements,
requirements for inclusions and the associated
props needed
1.3
Regularly r
esearch information on
ceremonial
elements
1.4
Obtain and c
reate examples of
appropriate
ceremonial
elements
and add these to a database
2
Evaluate
ceremonial
elements appropriate to
ceremony purpose and
client needs
2.1
Draw on database of ceremonial elements to
identify and e
valuate
examples of
appropriate
elements as they relate to the ceremony being
planned
2.2 Seek feedback and agreement from client
regarding ceremonial elements
FOUNDATION SKILLS
The Foundation Skills described those required
skills (language, literacy and numeracy)
that are essential to performance.
[Insert Skills Here]:
Community Services Training Package
D 0.1
CHCCEL503
Research, create and evaluate ceremonial elements
.
RANGE OF CONDITIONS
This field allows for different work environments and conditions that may affect
performance. Essential operating conditions
that may be present with training and
assessment (depending on the work situation, needs of the candidate, accessibility of the
item and local industry and regional contexts) should be included. Italicised wording, if
used in the performance criteria, is d
etailed below.